Eldorado Courier (Eldorado, Okla.), Vol. 6, No. 18, Ed. 1 Friday, November 29, 1907 Page: 3 of 10
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PONT 'DO' YOU
When He Sells you Dry Goods.
Clothing, Shoes, Underwear, Cloaks,
Skirts, Furs. Novelties, Furnishings,
Facinators, Blankets. For that i5 where.
PRICE and QUALITY flEET.
ELDORAO - OKLA
$50,000 FOR THIRTY DAYS!
To Loan on Good Farms
HURRY! AND SEE A.C . FORD, Looney, Okia.,
Haskell Favors President's Idea
Governor Haskell likes Presi-
dent Roosevelt's idea as convey-
e 1 in the president's recent pro-
dim;; tion for a meeting in Wash-
ington next May of senators,
congressman, governors and
three representatives from each
state to disci ss economics in
general. Governor Haskell
authorized the following state-
"The president plan to discuss
in this manner economics in gen-
eral, the cultivation and preser-
vation of forests, development of
substitute material, utility and
preservation of natural resources
and in general hand down to
posterity a country not impover-
ished by depletion of natura) re-
sources, is, in my opinion, an ex-
cellent idea. The results which
I expect to see follow such a
meeting are those which invari-
bly follow the concentration of
American thought npon patriotic
and progressive subjects. In
short the questions proposed by
the presidents are vital to the
country's future, and thought
upon the subjects is sure to pro-
| duce good results."
J The Pleasant Grove Methodist
i church has arranged to have a
! Christmas celebration on the
! night of Dec. 24. i ' An interesting
I program has been prepared, and
| the citizens are planning some-
! thing unique to supercede the
usual "tree." Saye community
: will have a Christmas tree on
| Christmas night, and this prom-
j ises to be an interesting occasion,
'as a special program is being
The Ladies Home Mission So-
ciety of the Pleasant Hill Metho-
dist church gave a Thanksgiving
Supper last night at their church
six miles northwest of town.
County Superintendent and
Mrs. J. M. Dale entertained
Misses Lyn Banks, of Cache,
Okla., Millie Bell and Murl
Hodge to dinner Sunday. The
girls express themselves as being
Louis, Okla,, Nov., 25, 1907.
Yesterday afternoon at 2
o'clock Mr. Roscoe Snyder and
Miss Ida Demerline were happily
married at the home of the brides
parents. Only a few relatives j
and special friends were present j
to witness the impressive cere- \
mony which was solemnized by j
Rev. Moon, pastor of the Metho-
dist church. Mr. Snyder is the J
oldest son of Mr. and Mrs. G.
W. Sdyder of this place and is
an entergetic young farmer. He
is quite a favorite in the social
circies of Louis. |
Miss Ida is the youngset
duaghter of Mr. and Mrs. J. H. j
Demerline of Louis and is a'
young lady of a most lovable
' character and methinks Mr.
Snyder has won a jewel to reign
as queen over his home. The
young couple will reside as Louis.
-Ye. scribe joins all friends in
wishing for them a long happy
"A Girl Friend."
A girl for general house work;
four in family. Highest images
paid for good help.
H. W. Morris.
WE have moved into the
building recently vaca-
ted by J. P. Witherspoon &
Co.,. To our fresh and
complete line of Confection-
eries we have purchased an
elegant line of Racket Goods
which will arrive next
week. We will then have
on display the best line ever
brought to Eldorado. Come
around—we want to show
you our goods.
W. A. Gates has pure Rowden
cotton seed for sale.
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Kelly, James E. Eldorado Courier (Eldorado, Okla.), Vol. 6, No. 18, Ed. 1 Friday, November 29, 1907, newspaper, November 29, 1907; (https://gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc403187/m1/3/: accessed May 19, 2019), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.